Working in Bulgaria

Working in Bulgaria is exciting and each experience is unique. Moving and working abroad always offers new insights: a new culture, new friends, a new language and new surroundings. Working in Bulgaria definitely offers that, and more!

The Bulgarian economy is growing and Bulgaria is considered as one of the most exciting investment locations in Europe. Since joining the EU in 2007, Bulgaria only requires work permits for non EU citizens.
While the monthly minimum wage is one of the lowest recorded in Europe, Bulgaria is still a great county for expats. Bulgaria is also one of the cheapest countries in Europe and both international and Bulgarian based companies offer good working circumstances and employment rights.

Bulgaria is a great upcoming country with a good economic market. Read our tips, insights and information on working in Bulgaria here!

Test your language level: Do the test!

Test your language level: Do the test!

Employers are looking for new colleagues with certain language levels. We have noticed many candidates underestimate their language level. Here is something to help you.

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Sickness at work and Sick note in Bulgaria

Sickness at work and Sick note in Bulgaria

Read in this article more information what to do when you fall sick at work in Bulgaria. Included is a guideline what to do with doctors and insurances.

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Taxes in BUlgaria

Taxes in Bulgaria

Working in Bulgaria you will obviously have to deal with and know something about taxes in Bulgaria. In this article the aim is to give you a heads up on what to expect.

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Labor Rights

Bulgarian Labor Rights

With this article we aim to inform you on the fact that also in Bulgaria Labor Rights are well implemented. What are your rights? What can you do if you feel your employee rights are not respected? read more for your first insight.

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Relocation Tips to Bulgaria

Relocation Tips to Bulgaria

Working abroad is fun and you should definitely gain the experience. However there are some things you should take responsibility of to avoid surprises where you land. Read our tips for your preparation to move away.

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